Time Series Studies and Drilling Results from IODP Expedition 376 to Brothers Volcano, New Zealand: Insights into Petrology, Hydrothermal Processes, and Mineralization—Introduction
Two Decades of Monitoring Hydrothermal Plumes at the Brothers Submarine Volcano, Kermadec Arc, New Zealand
Rare Time Series of Hydrothermal Fluids for a Submarine Volcano: 14 Years of Vent Fluid Compositions for Brothers Volcano, Kermadec Arc, New Zealand
Effects of Hydrothermal Alteration and Mineralization on the Paleomagnetic Properties of Rocks from IODP Expedition 376 at Brothers Volcano
Petrophysical Facies and Inferences on Permeability at Brothers Volcano, Kermadec Arc, Using Downhole Images and Petrophysical Data
Depth Profiles of Re-Os Geochemistry in Drill Cores from Hole U1530A in Brothers Volcano Hydrothermal Field, Kermadec Arc: Mobilization and Extreme Enrichment of Os by Volcanic Gas
Rare Earth Element Mobility and Sr Isotope Systematics of Altered Volcanic Rocks from Seawater-Based and Magmatically Influenced Hydrothermal Systems: Brothers Volcano, Kermadec Arc (IODP...
Boron and Oxygen Isotope Systematics of Two Hydrothermal Systems in Modern Back-Arc and Arc Crust (PACMANUS and Brothers Volcano, W-Pacific)
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On the cover: Map showing high-resolution (2-m) bathymetry of the caldera walls and resurgent cones at Brothers volcanoâ€”derived from the autonomous underwater vehicle ABEâ€”overlain on 25-m resolution, ship-derived bathymetry for the caldera floor, upper caldera rim, and volcano flanks. Translucent areas depict zones of low magnetization intensity associated with hydrothermal fluid upflow zones and incorporate most of the known vent fields, including the Upper Caldera, NW Caldera, W Caldera, SE Caldera (extinct), and Upper Cone. International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Sites (red dots) referred to throughout the special volume include U1527, U1528, U1529, U1530, and U1531, with several boreholes drilled at each site. Transverse mercator projection, central meridian = 179Â°E. Figure from the paper by de Ronde et al. in this issue.
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